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### Asked by gpnkumar0 | 28th Jul, 2017, 09:10: PM

Expert Answer:

### The following steps are to be followed in order to solve the query:
1) Find the equivalent resistance of one set of series resistors. It will be R_{s} = R_{1} + R_{2} + R_{3}. Substitute each resistor as 2 Ω.
2) Four similar sets are connected in parallel. So, find equivalent resistance of such combination. It will be
3) Substitute the values of R_{s} and find R_{p}.

_{s}= R

_{1}+ R

_{2}+ R

_{3}. Substitute each resistor as 2 Ω.

_{s}and find R

_{p}.

### Answered by Romal Bhansali | 29th Jul, 2017, 12:39: PM

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